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    Adventist Attitudes 20 Years After the Waco Tragedy Tertiary
    This study conducted on behalf of Adventist Today examined the primary view of church members 20 years after the disaster at Waco. Participants’ perceptions, attitudes and understanding about the event were surveyed.

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    After the Smoke Clears and the Fire Trucks Leave Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Sally Dillon shares how one community dealt with the aftermath of losing their elementary school to a fire. The first step, grief recovery, began in church the next day. A routine was reestablished as much as possible, with students meeting in different places...

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    An Emergency is Coming--Are you Ready? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Is your school prepared to deal with a disaster? Disasters can be natural--fires, tornados, floods, and storms, or they can be man-made--plane crashes, bus and car accidents, toxic waste spills, and radioactive leaks from nuclear power plants. This article...

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    Catastrophe and the Creator Grade 9-Lifelong
    When tragedy strikes, we are often left wondering where God is. Blackmer focuses on "learning to trust in the midst of the storm".

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    Connecting Children With God Through Prayer and Worship Kindergarten-Grade 9
    Donna Habenicht and Larry Burton share ideas on how teachers can teach children how to pray. Discussed is the relationship between prayer and worship, the nature of prayer, stages in the development of prayer, the nature of worship, helping children pray and...

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    Coping with the Unthinkable - Violence in Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    School violence is a fact. The causes must be recognized to ensure the safety of teachers and students. Few schools have developed procedures to prevent or deal with the consequences of violence. Programs are needed to prevent violence, to deal with psychological...

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    Helping Children Cope with Tragedy and Death Preschool-Grade 12
    In the light of the disasters and wars around the world that the media so graphically repeats, teachers and parents may be unaware of the extent to which children in normally peaceful environs are traumatized.

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    Shattered Dreams and Bright Hope Tertiary-Lifelong
    God is a God of imperfect people. Evans tells the story of a man whose dreams were shattered by tragedy, yet he pursued a career to help others achieve that dream.

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    The Enigma of Evil Grade 9-Lifelong
    "Evil is an intruder into God’s perfect creation. We use the term fallen to describe the situation of humanity after they used their freedom of choice to do evil, and we use the term sin to denote the state of human beings, who are separated from...

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    What's So Amazing About Grace? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In 1987, an IRA bomb buried Gordon Wilson and his twenty-year-old daughter beneath five feet of rubble. Gordon alone survived. And forgave. He said of the bombers, "I have lost my daughter, but I bear no grudge . . . I shall pray, tonight and every night,...